Unicornucopia

When you see the word cornucopia a weird basket woven in the shape of a horn filled with all the fruits and veggies that you actually wouldn’t even eat during a Thanksgiving dinner is more than likely what comes to your mind.

Do you know the origin of the word though?

“A traditional staple of feasts, the cornucopia is believed to represent the horn of a goat from Greek mythology. According to legend, it was from this horn that the god Zeus was fed as an infant. Later, the horn was filled with flowers and fruits, and given as a present to Zeus. The filled horn (or a receptacle resembling it) has long served as a traditional symbol in art and decoration to suggest a store of abundance.” (source)

It’s only suiting that we mash the word Unicorn and Cornucopia together to talk about one of our favorite things … books! The cornucopia of knowledge itself.

Plus to add to the abundance, we’re giving away a $50 Amazon gift card.. if the thought of a giant horn of books didn’t catch your attention.

In anything, two key indispensable laws to success are networking and knowledge. At Unicorn Exchange, these are the foundation to our method. We have a system for genuine networking and we grow our knowledge base as a community through our Book Club. To continue to improve how we run and execute our monthly Book Club we are looking for feedback. Help us out by answering the questions below and you’ll be entered into a chance to with a $50 Amazon gift card to use towards books … or whatever your heart desires!

Each person who enters below will be invited to try the Unicorn Exchange for free for 30 days.
This month we’ll be reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. We meet each month, for discussion on how to apply these principles to real life and mastermind on our businesses as a group. No need to have the book finished or even started to join.

If you’d like to learn more about the Unicorn Exchange and our book club, check it out at UnicornExchange.com/Join

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